David Girton was not on Big Brother 15 for long, but long enough to have many people really love, or really dislike him. It has been three years since David was on the CBS reality show, but he still uses his social media sites to make the most of his 15 minutes.
After his notoriety began to wane, the West Coast surfer began posting nudes on his twitter, lots of them. Mostly butt shots to begin with, but when people began to take notice, frontals and erection shots followed, Although currently his twitter is pretty much frontal free, it is still somewhere I like to check out now and then.
I don't check it out just for the nudity, a google search will show you much more. I check it out as I think Girton is quite a talented and creative model. Some of his shots are edging toward artistic, and all have the California surfer vibe embedded within.
Although he came off as 'goofy' on TV, if you can put that aside, there is a soulfulness, even a bit of sadness within some of his images. We all know how difficult it is for young people to achieve job and success today. It is why so many flock to reality TV and social media.
When Griton's time on Big Brother ended, he used his best asset, his surfer boy persona and appeal, and his surfer by body, to keep people interested. Once he showed it all, and often, most of his 'fans' moved on to the next guy, a newer reality contestant exposing himself to maintain even the smallest degree of fame.
There is something about Griton that keeps me checking him out thought, I believe there's an artist in there somewhere. Although David has a great body, I would be interested to see if ever turns the lens on another. David loves women, but he is also mildly obsessed with gay men and keeping their interest. I think he could capture either well if chose it as a focus.
Well, maybe not quite... The first time I discovered the work of Ian from macpics, I was enamoured by his images of 22 year old model Vu. Vu's beauty, soulful eyes, not to mention his incredibly sexy body, created a pleasing and memorable impression.
I quickly asked Ian about featuring Vu, and he offered his full support. I began working on the piece right away. Before finishing, Ian and decided to start with another model, and I thought I would follow-up with Vu a few weeks later. Problem was, because I had already mapped out the piece, each time I began another piece featuring Ian's work, I mistakenly kept thinking I had already posted the Melbourne photographers work with the exquisitely sensual Vu.
I don't often have the opportunity to feature Vietnamese models, especially one who photographs as beautifully as Vu. Ian describes him as great to work with, but very quiet and a little bit shy. Obviously Vu overcame his shyness, creating a sensuous seris of images!